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A unique opportunity to purchase a Grade II Listed delightful two bedroom cottage, in one of North Shropshire’s most sought after villages. This cottage was originally built in circa 1600 with a wealth of character and exposed beams throughout, and lies in the heart of the village of Grinshill with a beautifully kept garden with views over open fields to the south.
This quaint cottage is spread over three floors and has exposed beams double glazing throughout and comprises; front door to hallway leading to the living room to the right, a day room/dining room to the left, and stairs to the multipurpose cellar room to the front. On the far side of the day room is a comprehensive galley kitchen with Neff appliances including built-in dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven and induction hob, numerous cupboards, granite worktops and views over the garden. Off the kitchen is a rear lobby with a WC and a door to the extremely well kept garden. The living room has an electric wood burning effect fire set in an original stone hearth. The staircase to the first floor is accessed through a wooden door in the day room and leads to the landing with an airing cupboard. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, one with substantial bespoke oak wardrobing, the family bathroom is of a sympathetic modern design and has a shower over the bath. The cellar is a large bright room which is neutrally decorated and carpeted and could have many uses. Outside there is a beautiful garden, please note that it has not been fenced off from the neighbouring garden - ask Agent for details, the garden consists of a small pond and stream, box hedge planting area, two patio areas, greenhouse, and a good size workshop, there are a variety of trees and shrubs giving colour to this garden all year round.
Grinshill is a quaint village offering oodles of woodland and hill walks, and is perfect for quiet country living, with the benefit of a train station in Yorton, approximately a 20 minute walk from Grinshill. This quaint village is within 10 miles north of the medieval county town of Shrewsbury with a much more vibrant feel with the theatre, shops, bars, restaurants and much more... NO CHAIN
EPC rating: Unknown.
plus rear hall with WC